It’s quintessential One Day at a Time: affirming in a way that few other shows could be, affirming in a way that few others strive to be.
Wynonna Earp is funny and smart and full of found family feels, which I suppose is how it led me to my smart, funny found family.
Let’s go have sex at the horse races!
I wanted “Homecoming” to be Janelle Monáe’s star vehicle and for her search to be as compelling as Julia Roberts’ during the first season, but sadly — it simply wasn’t.
The reason I didn’t like “Never Have I Ever” wasn’t because I didn’t feel seen. It’s because Mindy Kaling and I are clearly looking at the same world, but Kaling is expecting me to overlook all of its pain.
“Fire is hot, water is wet and ‘The Wire’ is the greatest television show of all time. Facts on facts on facts.”
“Killing Eve” is far from its cat-and-mouse beginnings. There’s the looming question of who’s in control. Villanelle and Eve are each other’s captors and captives. All at once.
Plus updates on Betty, Burden of Truth, The Baker and the Beauty, In the Dark, and Siren.
Legends of Tomorrow pays homage to classic TV shows like Star Trek while the Legends try to outsmart the Fates.
“This show gives me permission to be the person I am and the artist I want to become.”
In which we spend the day in bed with Alice, Helena, Tasha and Papi!
Plus updates on: Harley Quinn, In the Dark, S.W.A.T., The Good Fight, and Vagrant Queen.
Natalie Morales swaggers into Season 2 of Dead to Me to queer things up for the better.
Motherland casually and seamlessly put queer women at the center of its story.
The Legends fight a horde of zombies in their race against time to get to the Loom and stop the Fates.
One thing that does unite every show on this list is that each of them came into my life at the exact right time and also all influence my own writing in some way.
Ruby Rose has departed as the title role of The CW’s Batwoman following the series’ first season. Warner Bros. TV has announced that the role will be recast.
“Even after all the growth and apologies, all the blushing and teasing, all the conversations about what they both want, I couldn’t let myself believe it. I was so afraid to be let down. But holy shit y’all, THEY DID IT.”
Centering a lesbian of color in an American crime drama does make Hightown feel different than some of its grisly drug drama companions (Ozark, Breaking Bad, Justified, to name a few).
Alex suits up, Lena joins the Superfriends, and everyone works together to stop Lex and Leviathan once and for all.